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NEW DELHI:
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  1. India retaliated with massive fire assault today for soldier's beheading
  2. Pak and Indian military commanders speak at Pak's request
  3. Pak's top foreign policy official, Sartaj Aziz, confirms visit to India

A day after India accused Pakistan of beheading a soldier in Kashmir and killing two others, top military commanders of both countries have spoken at Pakistan's request.

Pakistan asked for the talks after India unleashed a fierce fire assault today across the Line of Control in retaliation for yesterday's killings.

Separately, India has received confirmation that Sartaj Aziz, who functions as Pakistan's Foreign Minister, will attend a regional conference in Amritsar early next month.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the Heart of Asia conference which focuses in improving security and furthering peace in Afghanistan, which has been mired in conflict since a U.S.-led coalition toppled the Islamist Taliban government in 2001.


"It's a good opportunity to defuse the tension," Mr Aziz, who is an adviser to Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on foreign affairs, told a local television channel last week.

40 countries are to attend the conference on December 3 and 4, but the focus will be on India and Pakistan, whose relationship has plummeted to an extreme low in recent months with intense cross-border firing and heavy shelling occurring every day in Jammu and Kashmir.

In September, after an army camp in Uri in Kashmir was attacked, leaving 19 soldiers dead, India sent troops across the Line of Control or de facto border in Kashmir to target gathering areas for terrorists. Pakistan denies the cross-border raids or surgical strikes, but the ceasefire declared in 2003 in Jammu and Kashmir is now defunct for all practical purposes.

Yesterday's beheading of Prabhu Singh in Machil in Kupwara, about 80 kilometres from Srinagar is the second mutilation of an Indian soldier in three weeks by Pakistani troops.
source- http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/from...today-including-army-requesting-talks-1629355
 

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NEW DELHI:
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  1. India retaliated with massive fire assault today for soldier's beheading
  2. Pak and Indian military commanders speak at Pak's request
  3. Pak's top foreign policy official, Sartaj Aziz, confirms visit to India

A day after India accused Pakistan of beheading a soldier in Kashmir and killing two others, top military commanders of both countries have spoken at Pakistan's request.

Pakistan asked for the talks after India unleashed a fierce fire assault today across the Line of Control in retaliation for yesterday's killings.

Separately, India has received confirmation that Sartaj Aziz, who functions as Pakistan's Foreign Minister, will attend a regional conference in Amritsar early next month.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the Heart of Asia conference which focuses in improving security and furthering peace in Afghanistan, which has been mired in conflict since a U.S.-led coalition toppled the Islamist Taliban government in 2001.


"It's a good opportunity to defuse the tension," Mr Aziz, who is an adviser to Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on foreign affairs, told a local television channel last week.

40 countries are to attend the conference on December 3 and 4, but the focus will be on India and Pakistan, whose relationship has plummeted to an extreme low in recent months with intense cross-border firing and heavy shelling occurring every day in Jammu and Kashmir.

In September, after an army camp in Uri in Kashmir was attacked, leaving 19 soldiers dead, India sent troops across the Line of Control or de facto border in Kashmir to target gathering areas for terrorists. Pakistan denies the cross-border raids or surgical strikes, but the ceasefire declared in 2003 in Jammu and Kashmir is now defunct for all practical purposes.

Yesterday's beheading of Prabhu Singh in Machil in Kupwara, about 80 kilometres from Srinagar is the second mutilation of an Indian soldier in three weeks by Pakistani troops.
source- http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/from...today-including-army-requesting-talks-1629355
Yeah we believe Indian media first at least treat your injured soldiers that were getting their *** kicked an hour ago mate
 

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From Pakistan, 2 Big Moves Today Including Army Requesting Talks

All India | Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Updated: November 23, 2016 20:09 IST

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The DGMO-level talks between India and Pakistan were held after Pak's request (File photo of Indian army)

NEW DELHI:
HIGHLIGHTS
  1. India retaliated with massive fire assault today for soldier's beheading
  2. Pak and Indian military commanders speak at Pak's request
  3. Pak's top foreign policy official, Sartaj Aziz, confirms visit to India

A day after India accused Pakistan of beheading a soldier in Kashmir and killing two others, top military commanders of both countries have spoken at Pakistan's request.

Pakistan asked for the talks after India unleashed a fierce fire assault today across the Line of Control in retaliation for yesterday's killings.

Separately, India has received confirmation that Sartaj Aziz, who functions as Pakistan's Foreign Minister, will attend a regional conference in Amritsar early next month.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the Heart of Asia conference which focuses in improving security and furthering peace in Afghanistan, which has been mired in conflict since a U.S.-led coalition toppled the Islamist Taliban government in 2001.

"It's a good opportunity to defuse the tension," Mr Aziz, who is an adviser to Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on foreign affairs, told a local television channel last week.

40 countries are to attend the conference on December 3 and 4, but the focus will be on India and Pakistan, whose relationship has plummeted to an extreme low in recent months with intense cross-border firing and heavy shelling occurring every day in Jammu and Kashmir.

In September, after an army camp in Uri in Kashmir was attacked, leaving 19 soldiers dead, India sent troops across the Line of Control or de facto border in Kashmir to target gathering areas for terrorists. Pakistan denies the cross-border raids or surgical strikes, but the ceasefire declared in 2003 in Jammu and Kashmir is now defunct for all practical purposes.

Yesterday's beheading of Prabhu Singh in Machil in Kupwara, about 80 kilometres from Srinagar is the second mutilation of an Indian soldier in three weeks by Pakistani troops.


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Amusing to read that from a country with a history of not claiming its soldiers and surrendering at the drop of a hat.
You mean like Indians did with their captured pilot who eventually had to be handed over to Red Cross as no one from Indian Embassy came to receive him and as for the rest of your tripe, just remember 2002 and 2008 .... there were no Muktis to support and fight along you.
@ Topic, last time it was Indian DGMO who phoned his Pakistani counterpart but Indians think it's a big victory if the other side calls....losers.
 

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Both sides have been in contact with each other from day one. Its standard procedure. That's why we have the hotline for which was created to keep contacts to diffuse escalation. We have been telling the indian DGMO, the ambassador as well as UN.

I know that to some incoherent trolls people asking for peace and deescalation is considered weak and the only sign of strength and bravery is bombing each other till there is a huge crater instead of south Asia.

As for sartaj Aziz. He was always going to attend of heart of Asia meeting bcz of Afghanistan which is our neighbor and the trouble that is inside it. We have attended it in Europe and will attend it with China and Russia bcz our interest lies in Afghanistan and plus he is right. It's a good platform to diffuse tensions. If somebody wants to feel good in his miserable life by calling it capitulation then be my guest.

If people actually followed previous border conflicts, this happened where bodies were exchanged, situation was analyzed and deescalation discussed.

I am just unfortunate enough to be in the company of posters who believe that true and brave warriors are those that keep on fighting and dying and peace is for losers.
 

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You mean like Indians did with their captured pilot who eventually had to be handed over to Red Cross as no one from Indian Embassy was came to receive him and as for the rest of your tripe, just remember 2002 and 2008 .... there were no Muktis to support and fight along you.
@ Topic, last time it was Indian DGMO who phoned his Pakistani counterpart but Indians think it's a big victory if the other side calls....losers.
What exactly did you achieve in 2002 and 2008? I am sure shooting women and children might be considered a gallant thing there but in most nations it is not. In 1999 your PM ran to D.C. for a face saving exit. I don't know the protocol of POWs. Did your embassy receive your 90,000 PoWs or did India hand them over across the border?
 

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It's means sanity prevails !!!! Finally it needs to end at some level

Now fanboys on both sides should stop claiming hollow victory which has no results

Except losses of lives
 

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